Blomp is one of the newest cloud storage providers that have been introduced to the public in the data storage industry. As a matter of fact, this cloud storage platform has been first heard 2 years ago in 2018. Based on the data and records that I have found, this cloud storage system has been designed and developed in the United States of America. Upon further research, I also have confirmed that there are now currently more than 102,000 people in this planet who have become aware of the presence of the Blomp cloud storage platform and use it on a day-to-day basis. Read the entire Blomp Review to learn more!
I am not entirely sure what Degoo wants to be – a cloud storage or a cloud backup. And I don’t believe they know either though they have certainly shifted their focus from being a cloud backup provider to storage only in the past years. Their home page states “Top Secret Cloud Drive” but there’s no actual drive to talk of within their service. It seems that their main goal was simply getting people on-board with their smartphone apps. Everything else is fairly abysmal as we will find out in this Degoo review.
Icedrive is a product made with love in Wales, United Kingdom. That’s what their little footer sign says! And I have to admit it’s not hard to notice the love put into this service, especially when it comes to the security of your files. They’re using the Twofish encryption to ensure the maximum security of your files. They’re still relatively new to the cloud storage market but have been making swift progress with the development of various features as we’ll discover in this Icedrive review.
You’ve most likely landed here as you’ve been bombarded by “Lifetime cloud storage deals” that are honestly too good to be true. Doing this ThunderDrive review was a no-brainer and I believe it’s important to check out a cloud storage thoroughly before taking the leap, especially if it’s for a lifetime. ThunderDrive is a very new cloud storage provider on the market and they have certainly made their share of mistakes so far.
Jumpshare is a US cloud storage that focuses on sharing and collaboration features. They do a fairly good job at that but it might be worth having another look at other cloud storages due to some very troubling sections (that are explained in this Jumpshare review) where Jumpshare just doesn’t deliver.
SecureSafe is a cloud storage based in Switzerland. It also offers a secure password manager alongside the cloud storage and the latter isn’t exactly up to speed with all the other cloud storage alternatives available on the market. Within this SecureSafe review, you’ll find quite a few important notes that you should take into account before making your decision to use the service.
Koofr is a cloud storage that originates from Slovenia. It was started by a few engineers and businessmen with the idea that their cloud storage could offer something more on the market. The company received the Best startup in Slovenia award in the year of 2013. They have come a long way since then. The main selling points they offer are privacy and the ability to manage multiple cloud storage providers directly within their platform. But there’s so much more to this cloud storage and we’ll reveal all the important things you need to know within this Koofr review. As an interesting fact, “koofr” in many languages translates to a luggage bag which is a great metaphor for carrying your files with you.
Woelkli is a cloud storage that has its servers located in Switzerland. It uses Nextcloud as a base and as such doesn’t have their own system. They’re doing just fine in various areas such as security, privacy, file syncing and sharing,… but there’s one thing that really deters all their customers away. The pricing plans are just uncompetitive which is why I recommend you take a look at our Top 10 Cloud Storage Providers list after reading this Woelkli review.
Amazon Drive Review – After extensive testing and research of the Amazon cloud, I’ve come to the conclusion that there are plenty of features missing and that this service should perhaps still be in beta. Amazon pricing & plans are slightly more expensive when compared with other top cloud storages, however, not justly. There are plenty of bugs lying around, sharing options are limited and there’s no versioning system. The mobile application is well made but that’s pretty much everything that’s positive about this cloud service. I would recommend you to check our Top 10 Cloud Storage Providers List and find the cloud service best suited for you.
As you probably already know the iCloud Drive is an Apple product. And as that it’s meant for users that own Apple devices. iCloud Drive pricing&plans are similar to other top cloud storages with the exception of the 2TB plan which is a tad cheaper. The whole system is easy to use but lacks some advanced options like file sharing and file versioning. The security is good, however not the best possible. Keep in mind that Apple offers no protection against warrants and will disclose all your information if required to.
Tresorit Review: Tresorit is a Swiss company that offers cloud service to personal and business users. The two personal plans that they offer are the Premium and Solo plan. Their cloud service is very easy to use and keeps your files organised. Syncing speeds are incredible, and so are the sharing features. They have also recently updated its service to include a file recovery system. I believe it’s also safe to say that Tresorit offers one of the best security and privacy solutions. Your files and your privacy is protected by the Swiss privacy laws, which are known for its resistance against the foreign surveillance and data warrants.